Articles in the Spain Category
On a bright sunny day in Tarragona we wanted to have some fun. And how?
We attempted Segway-ing and I fell in love with it…. instantly and literally.
That’s me riding my Segway along the beach.
The more formal name is Segway PT (Segway Personal Transporter). It is a self balancing two wheeled electric powered
I am back from Spain now. A wonderful country but don’t know why it starts crying with happiness each time I land there. Not just on the first day but also on subsequent days it doesn’t want to stop shedding its tears of joy.
This joyous cry results in a gloomy and gray atmosphere with pale opportunity of good photos.
A city scene in Barcelona with Hop-on-Hop-off tourist bus in front of a gorgeous old building.
These tears don’t dampen my spirits. I explored many historical churches, castles, museums; not …
Today early morning (started at 5:30 AM) we headed to Barcelona airport. Saying Goodbye is always a difficult task but had to do it to my new friends who were going back to India.
After that started my ‘Me’ time…. solo travel in Spain. Took a Renfe train for Zaragosa. During the one & half hour journey the train got delayed by 2 minutes and the announcer was profusely apologizing for it. Quite unheard of it in India?
The cabs in this little town
Hello from Ibiza.
We reached here day before yesterday by a local flight from Barcelona. And I am enjoying the weather as well as the small gems of Ibiza.
Before coming here we had wonderful time in nearby places of Barcelona such as Girona, Figueres etc. The best for me was Dali’s Museum.
So you thought Ibiza is all about beaches & night life? Think again.
Starting tomorrow I am off to Spain again. On invitation from Tourism boards of Spain & Barcelona.
First stop is Barcelona, then to Girona, Tarragona and other neighboring places. In between we head to Ibiza.
While the team will return as scheduled, I’ll
Canary Islands, Spain »
There is much more to Spain than the mainland !
Seriously! When I think of the time I spent in Spain, it makes me feel so incomplete. I must admit, it wasn’t enough. Such a beautiful country with so many hidden gems. I wanted to go many other towns which I had heard or seen in only photos. I have been dreaming of Canary Islands since long, much before than I even started blogging !
So, if you’re looking for a
Yemas de Ávila
As a traveller I always try to taste as much local food as possible. Whichever country we are in, the local food tells us so much about the place… some history, availability of certain raw products in the region, weather conditions, or simply the reason for it being made or produced there.
I have a big sweet tooth and when it comes to sweets trust me I simply can not resist them. So, when I was told that Yemas is a famous delicious sweet dish from the medieval walled …